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Jeffrey B. Henriques
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Senior Lecturer

Ph.D. 1998, University of Wisconsin

Office:

225 Psychology
Email: jhenriqu@wisc.edu
Phone: (608) 262-9803
Fax: (608) 262-4029
Vitae
Recent Work
Teaching Resources
Psych 202 Statistics


Courses Taught:  

Psych 202 - Introduction to Psychology
Psych 210 - Basic Statistics for Psychology
Psych 411 - Mood Disorders
Psych 509 - Abnormal Psychology
Psych 511 - Behavior Pathology, Neuroses

 

Awards and Honors:

2011 Engage Recognition Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison, DoIT Academic Technology
2011 Academy Award - University of Wisconsin Teaching Academy
2010 Psychology Department Award for Excellence in Teaching
2009 - 2013 Honored Instructors Award - University Residence Halls
2007, 2008 University Residence Halls Favorite Instructor Award
2007 DoIT Engage Clickers Award
2006 DoIT Engage Podcasting Award
2005 2005-06 Wisconsin Teaching Fellow
2004  Letters & Science Academic Staff Early Career Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2004  Outstanding Parent Award, Wisconsin Association for Talented and Gifted
2004  IN TIME Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Learning Support Services
2002 Fellow, U.W. Teaching Academy


Recent Publications:
  • Riesch, S. K., Kedrowski, K., Brown, R. L., Temkin, B. M., Wang, K., Henriques, J. B., Jacobson, G., & Glustino-Kluba, N. (2013). Health-risk behaviors among a sample of US pre-adolescents: Types, frequency, and predictive factors. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 50, 1067-1079.
  • Zahner, S. J., & Henriques, J. B. (2013). Interest in public health careers among undergraduate student nurses. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice, 19, 62-69.
  • Rajala, A. Z., Henriques, J. B., & Populin, L. (2012). Dissociative effects of methylphenidate in non-human primates: trade-offs between cognitive and behavioral performance. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24, 1371-1381.
  • Henriques, J. B., & Kusse, L. I. (2011). Students who aren't prepared for college find less value in books and lecture than students who are prepared. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 5.
  • Henriques, J. B. (2011). Instructor's resources to accompany Schacter, Gilbert, & Wegner: Psychology, second edition. New York: Worth.
Recent Presentations:
  • Henriques, J. B., (2012, June). Designing and using rubrics to measure Essential Learning Outcomes, Teaching Academy Summer Institute, UW Madison Teaching Academy, Madison, WI.
  • Henriques, J. B., Bischof, M. N. (2012, May). ). Using rubrics to assess student learning, 2012 Teaching and Learning Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.
  • Henriques, J. B., (2011, November). Teaching as research. What can we learn about effective teaching by looking at our own class data?, Teaching as Research, DoIT Academic Technology, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Henriques, J. B., (2011, June). Barriers to assessment and the scholarship of teaching, Teaching Academy Summer Institute, UW Madison Teaching Academy, Madison, WI.
  • Henriques, J. B., & Boris, A. F. (2011, January). With clickers, it’s the questions and not the technology that lead to learning. presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology, St. Petersburg’s Beach, Florida.
  • Kusse, L. I., & Henriques, J. B. (2011, January). Unprepared students don't value lectures or textbooks. presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology, St. Petersburg’s Beach, Florida.
  • Henriques, J. B. (2010, November). Why and how to use clickers in the classroom. presented at the 2010 Professional Development Conference of the National Association of Biology Teachers, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Henriques, J. B. (2010, May). Change we can believe in: Are your instructional innovations improving student learning? presented at the 2010 Teaching & Learning Symposium, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Henriques, J. B. (2010, May). Threshold concepts in psychology. presented at the 10th Annual Enhancing the Teaching of Psychology Conference, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
  • Henriques, J. B. (2010, April). Clickers: It’s the questions, not the technology, that matter. presented at The University of Wisconsin System 2010 President’s Summit on Excellence in Teaching and Learning,, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Henriques, J.B. & Wen, W. (2010, January). Much like broccoli, review quizzes are good for students but unpopular. presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology, St. Petersburg’s Beach, Florida.
 Last updated 09 December 2013